I realized that I don't know why a Fralin (e.g) PAF sounds better than a cheapie. And one thing pickup makers almost never do is tell you what they've done (or used) to make a pickup sound "better." If a standard HB is a baseplate, bobbins, magnets, screws and wire, are there more "toneful" versions of each of these? Is there better "quality" AlNiCo and copper? Or do the boutique guys have clever ways of magnetizing the bars? Or is it all in the winding patterns? (Cuz not everyone "scatter winds" by hand.) I know this sounds like a dumb question, but what prevents an Epiphone 57CH(G) from sounding like a Duncan 59 or makes a Fralin Pure PAF sound potentially better than both? Or at least cost more?